Not only did Nelson Mandela set our democracy in motion, but he created a positive business climate that reinvigorated foreign investment in SA.
Critics say that Sanral should have questioned the escalating costs of the highway project.
The rand dropped to 10.49 against the dollar on Wednesday.
Hospital insurance appeals to a segment of the market, research shows, and fills an important gap.
Hydro power and gas in nearby countries have brought about a shift in South Africa's schemes.
The past decade has been a period of unprecedented growth for Africa.
The paucity of available information has only served to confuse the issue further.
The ad-hoc nature of a double tax amendment could see companies moving elsewhere.
The utility is being accused of holding its customers and the authorities to ransom.
Confusion over Remgro's role cleared.
The Energy Efficiency Awareness award recognises media or communication managers who have made an exceptional effort to promote energy efficiency.
South Africa can no longer afford to be the customs union's R40-billion benefactor and is calling for action.
Communications and technology company seeks justice in South Africa.
A total of 15 construction companies found guilty of collusion by the competition authorities.
A pilot project paves the way for the transfer of title deeds to millions of residents.
e-filing system and the abolishment of secondary tax on companies produce positive results.
Sacu, the apartheid-era customs union, must adapt if it is to survive — but it's going to hurt.
Critics say it could bridge the divide between government, civil society and the mining sector.
The country's leader seems set on implementing new ways of doing things — but at his own pace.
After a wobbly start, bicycle schemes are taking off globally.